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The Nvidia Chromebook dream is no more

The ChromeOS logo on the HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook.
It’s hard to see a future for enthusiast gaming on the Chromebook with no Nvidia options. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

Last year, all signs indicated that 2023 would be an exciting year for ChromeOS gaming. Early on, 9to5Google reported that Chromebooks supporting Nvidia GPUs were in the works. In October, several OEMs announced gaming-focused models (with integrated graphics) in a snazzy joint announcement. It seemed like there was a lot on the horizon for the Chromebook gaming enthusiast.

Those hopes, however, appear to have been dashed. The eagle-eyed folks over at About Chromebooks have spotted language in Google’s code indicating that multiple Nvidia Chromebook projects (including the specific models that were rumored last year) have been canceled. Google has not yet responded to a request for comment on this language.

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